- Sat, 13:28: Autograph identification http://j.mp/nHTzYH
- Sat, 18:14: #DoctorWho a flashback to "Curse of Fatal Death"! #drwho
- Sun, 05:54: RT @marwilliamson: Something big is happening....http://t.co/onb2gwtz
- Sun, 06:05: It's the Inequality, Stupid | Mother Jones http://t.co/gBqypD6H What's wrong with the US. #fb
Really a rather good Torchwood novel, taking Bilis Manger from the end of the first season and Idris from the Who episode Boom Town, and also an alternate timeline which foreshadows a lot of future developments (blowing up the Hub, leaving Gwen, Rhys and their baby as the sole survivors of Torchwood). To a large extent it's a sequel to the episode End of Days, but much better. Lots of good character moments and exploration of what it means to be inside their skins. I must say that the Torchwood novels are proving generally rather a cut above the usual Who range; it's a shame that tie-in works get so little critical attention.